If you have been terminated from your job, you may be eligible for unemployment compensation. Even after being denied unemployment compensation, you still have the right to appeal for you entitled benefits.
Unemployment compensation, also called unemployment insurance, was enacted by the Social Security Act of 1935 and is managed by the federal and state government. Unemployment compensation provides a source of compensation for individuals who lost their job with while they actively look for new employment. Unemployment compensation provides income for a specific amount of time or until one finds employment.
After filing a claim for compensation, the state determines if a former employee is eligible. On some occasions, the state may deny unemployment compensation for a number of reasons: quitting employment; termination, failure to actively seek employment; failure to meet longevity of employment; and failure to meet earnings minimum. After being denied, employees still have a right to appeal and get the compensation they often deserve. Some common errors include conflicting information from employer, outdated earning documents, and lack of termination reasoning. The appeals process can be overwhelming and stressful, but McOmber McOmber & Luber, P.C. provides representation during the course of the appeal process.
Seeking Legal Counsel And Representation
If you believe that you have been wrongfully denied your unemployment compensation, it is imperative to consult with an experienced and reputable employment lawyer. Red Bank employment lawyers at McOmber McOmber & Luber, P.C. have been representing unemployment compensation appeals for years. We understand how vital your unemployment compensation is in getting you back on your feet.